Claremont first XI win big match against Donottar
Many congratulations to our first XI football team for beating Dunottar 2-0 on Saturday night. This exciting game took place under lights at South Park FC with a great crowd of spectators cheering on our students. Thank you to all who came along to support them.
Year 9 pupil comes 14th in national biathlon
Rachel R made it into and competed in the British Schools modern Biathlon Championships up at the Sports Centre – Ridditch (Birmingham) recently and represented Claremont Fan Court School.
She completed a 100m swim with a personal best time and then 1600m run in the fastest heat and came 3rd . This placed her at an incredible 14th overall in Britain for Year 9! Well done Rachel.
Golf competition success
The competition at Tandridge Golf Club last week was very successful. The Claremont team played exceptionally well and in brilliant conditions, earning our third consecutive victory in the National School Golf Tournament. Theo H received 2nd place in the Stable competition. Well done to his fellow teammates, Tristan G, Max G and captain Cameron T.
Pupil’s team becomes Basketball league Champions
Well done to Demir T whose team have been awarded South England Conference National Basketball league Champions. He has been captain for the U14 Kingston Lions Basketball team for the 22/23 season. Demir is the MVP of the season and has scored 21.4 points per game this year. This was a great success for the Lions after becoming Surrey League Champions last year and making it to National Basketball South League.
Demir was selected for the Aspire Basketball England Talent Program 22/23 at the very beginning of this year, as this is his consecutive third year since 2020 where he has been representing South East England U14 team beside his basketball club activities.
U10A 7s Tournament
This tournament was always going to be tough, the opposition were some of our stronger rivals and every result would require a supreme effort. Throughout the tournament one notable feature of the team was how much they improved. Every match their attack got more dangerous, they offloaded superbly, worked together and looked to score in the wide areas. The defensive organisation went from an area of weakness to a definite strength. And counter rucking in the last game was very impressive. This was an excellent end to the rugby season and each of the players should be very proud of the way they played.
CFC vs. Kings 15-5 loss (tries: Moritz M)
CFC vs. Hampton A 15-10 loss (tries: Aaron M (2))
CFC vs. Hampton B 20-0 win (tries: Aaron M, Max C (2), Casper U)
CFC vs. TPS 15-5 win (tries: Aaron M, Barend A, Ethan S)